The Best Retro Video Games Australia
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10 Modern Gaming Terms For Lovers Of Retro Video Games Australia
> Clan: A group of online gamers who fight as a team.
> Boss: A bad-ass computer controlled enemy.
> Grinding: Completing repetitive (boring) tasks to build experience and unlock a new level.
> PvP: Literally it means ‘player vs player’.It refers to multiplayer conflict games.
> N00b: An inexperienced or bad gamer. This is not a compliment.
> FTW!: For the win! It’s used in celebration of a win.
> Pwned: Originally, the term was ‘owned’. As in, he’s been owned (beaten). But in Warcraft a map designer misspelled ‘owned’ as ‘pwned’, and the new name stuck.
> Spammer: When someone repeatedly uses the same item or action. For example, someone repeatedly throws grenades into the same area.
> XP: Shorthand for experience points.
> Rage-quit: Stopping playing a game because you’re so angry. I.e. “That n00b just rage quit because he was pwned.”
8 Hilarious Retro Video Games Jokes
> Why are cats so good at video games? A:Because they have nine lives!
> What do you call a Minecraft celebration? A:A block party.
> How do you get a Bulbasaur on a bus? A:You poke 'em on!
> Video Games ruined my life, good thing I have 3 lives left.
> Video Games don't make me violent, LAG does.
> Q: Where did Mario buy his lunch? A: Mario Mart.
> Q: What does a gorilla wear to the beach? A: Donkey thong.
> Q: What do you get if you tape a stick of dynamite to a hedgehog? A: SONIC BOOM!
10 Unbelievable Retro Video Games Facts
> Pac-Man was invented while eating Pizza.
> Pokemon was inspired by butterflies.
> Mario was named after the landlord of Nintendo’s first warehouse: Mr. Mario Segale.
> Super Mario’s last name is also Mario. So his full name is Mario Mario.
> The highest Pac-Man score you can get is.3,333,360.
> Toshuyuki Takahashi is a Japanese gamer. He holds the record of pressing a controller button the most number of times in a second. How many times? 16.
> ‘Link’ was directly inspired by Peter Pan.
> With over 25 billion hours (2.85 million years) of total game playtime, people have played call of duty for longer than the course of human existence. Wow.
> The entire game of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, is so small it is less than 1MB in size.
> If Mario was a real person he would run and swim 3.4 miles to complete Super Mario Bros.
4 Weird But True Stories About Retro Video Games
> The developers of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III didn’t deal with piracy like normal. They didn’t stop people from playing the game if it sensed it wasn’t an authentic copy. What did they do instead? The game silently reduces the damage the player deals out, doubles the damage they take and makes Shredder immortal. Genius.
> When Pac-Man was first made the creators didn’t know how it would end. They finally found out how it ended when the internal storage ran out.
> Steve Wozniak was so good at Tetris, Nintendo stopped accepting his high-scores. So what did Woz do? He reversed his name and a new superstar of Tetris was born: Evets Kainzow.
> Grand Theft Auto was originally a racing game called Race'n'Chase. But then a glitch made the police cars go crazy and ram the players. This glitch was so popular with testers that they rebuilt the game around it. Thus, GTA was born.
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